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greenPrior to Hiring a Builder: a Few Commonsense Steps

After construction litigation begins, every homeowner inevitably thinks about what they could have done to prevent the nightmare of being stuck with an unfinished project. As in any case, an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.

greenWhat to Do if a Contractor/ Builder Walks Off the Job?

Everyday in Georgia a builder and a homeowner have a dispute about a project and sometime those disputes result in litigation.

blueEstablishment Procedure of Foreign Investment Company in China

     By Zhong Lun Law Firm
Basic procedure

blueHow Do You Avoid Litigation With Your Association?

     By Barry A. Ross, Esq.
You have a dispute with your association. You wish to plant artificial grass in your front lawn, but the association states that it will not allow you to do so. You do not wish to engage in expensive and time consuming litigation over this issue. You are looking for a non-litigation alternative to resolve your dispute with your association. Are there any such alternatives available?

blueThe Association is Prohibiting You from Operating A Business Out of Your House

     By Barry A. Ross, Esq.
You are an owner-occupant within an association. You operate a chiropractic office out of your residence. The CC&Rís provide that your residence can only be used for residential purposes. The association notifies you that you must discontinue your chiropractic business because it violates the residential use restriction in the CC&Rís. Can the association force you to discontinue your business?

blueHow Do You Avoid Litigation With Your Association?

     By Barry A. Ross, Esq.
You have a dispute with your association. You wish to plant artificial grass in your front lawn, but the association states that it will not allow you to do so. You do not wish to engage in expensive and time consuming litigation over this issue. You are looking for a non-litigation alternative to resolve your dispute with your association. Are there any such alternatives available?

blueThe Association is Seeking to Collect Assessments and Fines Against You.

     By Barry A. Ross, Esq.
After paying your association dues for many years, you inadvertently neglect to pay your association dues for one month. You realize you forgot to pay the association dues the following month. So you pay two months of association dues in the second month. The association returns your check stating that you have to pay a late fee. You request the association to waive the late fee. You then receive a letter from the associationís attorney stating that you not only have to pay the late fee...

blueHow Do You Recall One or More Board Members?

     By Barry A. Ross, Esq.
Your association is 30 years old. The common areas are in disrepair. The sidewalks are cracked. The play equipment on the playground is broken. The swimming pool cannot be used because the filtration system is inoperable. You request the board of directors to take action to improve the common area. The board fails to take any action. The next election of the board is not for 2 more years and you do not want to wait 2 years to replace the board...

bluePeruvian IP Improvements

     By Estudio Delion SRL
The Peruvian Trademark and Patent Office (INDECOPI) has introduced new regulations, which make it easier to protect intellectual property rights, as well as offering advantages to applicants

blueChanges to PA's Mechanics' Lien Law Effective Oct. 10, 2009

Amendments to Pennsylvania's Mechanics' Lien Law are effective October 10, 2009.



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